Many thanks to our friend Trottar for this beauty
Who else but Cziffra could play these transcriptions? When you hear him play for example the 5th dance, it seems he had wrote it himself. Cziffra’s technique permitted him to play everything like he wanted to play it, he had no difficulties, and, his interpretation was always interesting. He was a real musician, when he played ten times a piece on concert, it was ten times different, you had the impression to hear it for the first time.
# Composer: Johannes Brahms
# Performer: Gyorgy Cziffra
# Vinyl (1982-83)
# Number of Discs: 1
# Format: Flac
# Label: EMI
# DR-Analysis: DR: 14
# Size: 872 MB
# Scan: yes
# Server: FileFactory
Analyzed folder: /96k Brahms – 15 Hungarian Dances – Cziffra
DR Peak RMS Filename
DR13 -1.46 dB -18.44 dB A1 No. 1 En Sol Mineur.wav
DR13 -2.41 dB -18.47 dB A2 No. 2 En Re Mineur.wav
DR13 -2.28 dB -19.87 dB A3 No. 3 En Fa Majeur.wav
DR15 -1.21 dB -21.22 dB A4 No. 4 En Fa Diese Mineur.wav
DR14 -1.38 dB -19.00 dB A5 No. 5 En Fa Diese Mineur.wav
DR15 -1.18 dB -19.10 dB A6 No. 6 En Re Bemol Majeur.wav
DR14 -1.12 dB -18.66 dB A7 No. 8 En La Mineur.wav
DR14 -2.16 dB -19.61 dB B1 No. 9 En Mi Mineur.wav
DR13 -2.48 dB -18.25 dB B2 No. 10 En Mi Majeur.wav
DR13 -1.39 dB -19.40 dB B3 No. 12 En Re Mineur.wav
DR15 -4.63 dB -24.55 dB B4 No. 13 En Re Majeur.wav
DR15 -1.88 dB -21.20 dB B5 No. 16 En Fa Mineur.wav
DR15 -1.14 dB -21.69 dB B6 No. 17 En Fa Diese Mineur.wav
DR14 -1.96 dB -20.16 dB B7 No. 19 En Si Mineur.wav
DR14 -1.65 dB -19.48 dB B8 No. 21 En Mi Mineur.wav
Number of files: 15
Official DR value: DR14
- RCM: Okki Nokki (L’art du son, Clearaudio’s Diamond Cleaner)
- TT: Vintage (1982) Yamaha PX-3
- Cartridge: Sumiko Black Bird
- Phono amp: Pro-Ject Phono Box RS
- ADC/DAC: Steinberg UR 22
- Pre Amp: Große Vorstufe, Erste Frankfurter Röhrenmanufaktur (Tube)
- Finals: Opera Consonance 9.9 Mono (Tube)
- Speakers: Dali Helikon 400
- Connections: MIT Terminator, Audioquest Emerald, Audioquest Quartz
If You hear some clicks and pops here and there, Who cares?
Id rather have a few light anomalies instead of destroying the music.
Enjoy the music, not the ticks & pops.
I tend more and more, in the last time, to de-click with an automatic setting between 0.7 and 1.2 so you can say, my rips are like half rough rips.
- Software: iZotope RX 4 Advanced, Adobe Audition CS 5.5, Twisted Wave 1.9
- Very light de-clicking with iZotope, significant clicks manually removing, no de-noising
- DR-Analisys before converting to Flac
- Converting Wave -> Flac: Twisted Wave 1.9
- Artwork: Sony Alpha 350, Epson Perfection V750 Pro, Photoshop CS 5.5
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